UK: The Apartment Service has started research for the 6th edition of the Global Serviced Apartments Industry Report (GSAIR), due to be published in July 2016.
First published in 2008, the GSAIR reviews the trends,
development and growth of the worldwide serviced apartments
industry with an indepth overview of regional
"I am very pleased with how GSAIR has evolved over the last 10 years. Our latest edition (launched at the Business Travel Show in February 2015) received and continues to receive global coverage as the 'must read' publication that supports the serviced apartment industry worldwide," said Charles McCrow, CEO of The Apartment Service.
Jo Layton, MD group commercial sales at The Apartment Services, added: "The education that GSAIR has and continues to provide our industry is invaluable. The publication boasts debate, current information, facts, figures and conversation to anyone with an interest in the industry. GSAIR 2015/2016 was supported by of the most respected serviced apartment operators and providers in the industry including Adagio, Quest, Frasers Hospitality and the Go Network. We aim to increase our contributors, widen our subject scope of coverage and look forward to analysing the results of our global surveys. Our sixth edition will discuss current topics and future trends and will continue to demystify our incredible industry."
The report is once again being edited and compiled by content specialists Travel Intelligence Network, led by Mark Harris. "TIN has worked on this project since its inception, so to still be involved after five editions is a privilege," said Harris. "We're looking forward to beginning the interview and research process."
The backbone of the research for the sixth edition is created from global surveys conducted among serviced apartment operators, corporate buyers and booking agents of serviced apartments. If you would like to contribute, either as a buyer, supplier, operator or agent, contact Bard Vos at The Apartment Service at email@example.com
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